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Ran´gle

    (răn´g'l)
v. i.1.To range about in an irregular manner.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The film being screened is actually Clarence G Badger's 1936 Australian potboiler, Rangle River, and its anachronistic appearance here, straight after a scene that shows a poster promoting The Jazz Singer (Alan Crosland, 1927) pasted to the trunk of a tree, reveals a surprising and uncharacteristic lack of care in terms of historical veracity.
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(27.) Regarding Japanese-American awareness groups such as the "Go For Broke" youth organization in East Los Angeles, Lesley Rangle writes that "their concern is not primarily with the losses incurred in the Relocation Camp experience, but mainly with the great psychological damage done to their parents by these unjust actions, and how this trauma has, in turn, affected their own lives as Americans." She notes that expressions of "dissent and disillusion of these verbal Sanseis can be found in newspaper articles, student term papers, poetry, plays, novels and Asian Awareness text books.
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Yet it is a vehicle for fine singing which it got from soprano Gillian Keith and counter tenor William Purefoy, supported by Lynda Kitchin, Tom Rangle and Elizabeth Bragg.